October Gallery Stroll - October 16, 2020
NOTE: In order to continue to serve the Visual Arts Community and the local Arts and Culture Sector through the Covid-19 global pandemic, Salt Lake Gallery Stroll will provide a Virtual Gallery Stroll monthly, in addition to promoting those venues which choose to be open during our regular Thrid Friday event. Please contact each venue directly for more complete information on their indivdual policies and regular business hours. Stay safe!

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15th Street Gallery – 1519 S 1500 E; 801-468-1515
Featuring work from artists Brandt Berntson, Steven K. Sheffield and William Kranstover. The physical space will not be open to the public for October Gallery Stroll but 15th Street Gallery will participate in October Gallery Stroll (Virtual Edition).

A Gallery – 1321 S 2100 E; 801-583-4800
Christopher Thornock's Making New Arrangements. Thornock’s solo exhibit is about the everyday world, technically structured under formal scrutiny. He received a BFA with High Honors from the Art Center of Design, Pasadena, CA before completing a MFA in Studio Art at Brigham Young University, and is now a professor of art at Utah Valley University. The physical space will not be open to the public for October Gallery Stroll but A Gallery will participate in October Gallery Stroll (Virtual Edition).

Alice Gallery – 617 E South Temple; 801-236-7555
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Alpine Art – 430 E South Temple; 801-355-1155
THE REVEAL: The Jingle Dance Project, Navajo photographer, Eugene Tapahe's images of the sacred and special places he and four Native American Jingle Dancers visited to dance and heal. "Now is the time to unite the beauty of the land and the healing power of the jingle dance during these uncertain times of the pandemic of 2020 as the origin of the jingle dance came to the Ojibwe people during the influenza pandemic of 1918-19." Visit the gallery in person with increased safety measures during the performance event. Gallery Stroll artist talk begins at 7:20. Due to the performance aspect of the event, reserve your free ticket for monitoring social distancing, by clicking on this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-reveal-tickets-122329036441?fbclid=IwAR1PxQrLdPEi_0LyBUMBFPhzplwtvVQqubtLaVulU1Pi6Qr6fBnhzLW3Aig.

Anthony's Fine Art and Antiques – 401 E 200 S; 801-328-2231
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Brushworks – 160 E 800 S; 801-363-0600
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

David Dee Fine Arts – 1709 E 1300 S #201; 801-583-8143
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

David Ericson Fine Art – 418 S 200 W; 801-533-8245
Outdoor opening and artists reception for Jeff Pugh. Visit the gallery in person with increased safety measures, masks and social distancing required, or browse the exhibit online.

Evergreen Framing Co. & Gallery – 3295 S 2000 E; 801-467-8770
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Every Blooming Thing – 1344 S 2100 E, 801-521-4773
This venue is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Evolutionary Healthcare – 461 E 200 S; 801-519-2461
Presenting works by Suzanne Barton.

Finch Lane Gallery – 1340 E 100 S (in Reservoir Park); 801-596-5000
Heidi Almosara's Botanical Concrete, sculptures created with dried plant materials and inverted cast concrete and her drawings, which represent past Ikebana creations. Nathan Mulfords's Tributaries. Mulford imposes logic and geometry to the canvas the same way we, as humans, impose our logic on the landscape, only to have it marred by the power of nature. Kasey Lindley's Mother:Landscape, a multimedia response to, and an exploration of environmental concerns and Ecofeminitist theory. The physical space will not be open to the public for October Gallery Stroll but Finch Lane Gallery will participate in October Gallery Stroll (Virtual Edition).

F. Weixler Co. – 132 “E” Street; 801-534-1014
The new collection of Karl Thomas's small paintings is dedicated in loving memory of his wife Renee Thomas November 9, 1949 - January 10, 2020. The physical space will not be open to the public for October Gallery Stroll but F. Weixler will participate in October Gallery Stroll (Virtual Edition).

Gateway Mall– 18 N Rio Grande Street; 801-456-0000
Experience the new Art Shop Project windows on Gallery Stroll with 19 new installations on display!

Glass House – 3910 Highland Drive; 801-666-8968
Glass House is proud to welcome visiting artist Kevin Morris from Overland Park, Kansas. Morris is an emerging representational artist working primarily in acrylics. As a colorist with a strong commitment to form and light, Morris combines direct observation and expressive color to create representations that juxtapose planes of flattened space with domestic and natural objects, conveying depth and plays of light. Morris is interested in giving presence, depth, and space to small, seemingly insignificant, ephemeral things such as flowers, bugs, or interior scenes of domestic life. His work throws off the gendered norms and expectations of still life painting.

Harmons City Creek – 135 E 100 S; 801-428-0365
This venue is not participaitng in October Gallery Stroll.

Hope Gallery – 151 S Main; 801-532-1336
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Horne Fine Art – 142 E 800 S; 801-910-2088
Al Fresco, an exhibition celebrating outdoor dining. Feast on Karen Horne's paintings of cafes and restaurants from Paris, Rome, Santa Fe and our own Salt Lake City. Also browse landmarks including the Utah State Capitol, Mrs. Backer's, and Abravanel Hall. Step into glorious fall landscapes by noted painter Phyllis Horne. Visit the spacious, airy gallery/studio in-person, with extended stroll hours and safety measures with face masks required or browse the exhibit online.

Lanny Barnard Gallery – 110 Trolley Square, 602 E 500 S; 801-364-4482
Featuring Autumn favorites by Lanny Barnard.

Mestizo Gallery – 631 W North Temple #700; 801-596-0500
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Modern West Fine Art – 412 South 700 West; 801-355-3383
As a self-taught artist and descendant of Mexican migrant workers, Andrew Alba uses his art to evoke an emotional response and provide relevant commentary on contemporary politics and society. Alba's most recent body of work, American Soup, was produced during his residency at Modern West and is a comment on American history, living as a person of color during the age of COVID 19, police brutality, and social uprising in the United States.

Nostalgia Café – 248 E 100 S; 801-532-5638
Presenting October artists Halley Bruno, McKenzie Wissler, Hank Mattson and Kit Liechty.

Nox Contemporary; – 440 S 400 W Suite H; 801-289-6269
Join Knox Contemporary for the artist reception, with increased safety measures and masks required, for Serenity Now! by John Sproul. This exhibit is quite different from the work we are used to seeing from Sproul. Minimalized figures devoid of reference to the outside world are now raw, orchestrated compositions deeply contexualized (whether it be a landscape or ideas dictated through stenciled words) full of paint. One thing remains the same – they are all about the body and being human.

Phillips Gallery – 444 E 200 S; 801-364-8284
Still life oil paintings by father and daughter artists, Elizabeth Barlow & Philip Barlow in the Main Gallery. While Phil Barlow, who died 2 years ago, has been represented by Phillips since 2004, his daughter, Elizabeth Barlow, has been living and showing her work in San Francisco. Showing their work together was a lifelong goal. Her ultra-realism will be an exciting departure for the Phillips crowd. Sarah Milne’s premier exhibit of small scale collage work is concurrently in the (downstairs) Dibble Gallery. Visit this in-person open house in the spacious gallery, with extended safety measures and face masks required. Also see the all new work online.

Relics Framemakers & Gallery– 4685 S Holladay Blvd.; 801-272-8312
This gallery is not participaing in October Gallery Stroll.

Rio Gallery – 300 S Rio Grande; 801-245-7272
As the Rio Gallery continues to be closed for earthquake repairs, for October Gallery Stroll visit viurtal Design Arts Utah '20, a juried exhibition of some of Utah’s best designers’ work, at https://utahvisualarts.omeka.net/ .

Southam Gallery – 152 S Main; 801-322-0376
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty's - 9th & 9th Office – 870 E 900 S; 801-467-2100
This venue is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Tailor Cooperative – 333 Pierpont Avenue; 801-656-6525
This venue is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Trolley Art and Antique – 238 Trolley Square, 602 E 500 S; 801-532-2311
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

TURN City Center for the Arts –511 W 200 S #120, 801-924-0347
This gallery is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

Urban Arts Gallery – 116 South Rio Grande Street; 801-230-0820
Loud!, a collection of artwork created by local artists of color. Guest curated by Essie Shaw and Melissa "Rino" Alvarez, this exhibit features artists Alli Arocho, Pedro Hueramo Rico, Alyana Desouza, Henry Kemp VII, IZ (Isabella Morillo), Emilio Martinez, Melissa Kamba, Xolani G. Radebe, Uwana Eshiet, Alicia Cicalese, Ashley Odiilia, Alethia Lunares, Will Knight, Luis Novoa, Jessica Villeneuve, Quinci Hambrick (Indigo Sketches), Megan Estrada, Andrea Hardeman and Amelec Diaz.

Windermere Real Estate’s Redman Gallery – 1240 E 2100 S #600; 801-485-3151
This venue is not participating in October Gallery Stroll.

 


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